Q4P1L3 Summarizing and Paraphrasing Review

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Q4P1L3 Summarizing and Paraphrasing Review

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  1. Summarizing and Paraphrasing Review

    Slide 1 - Summarizing and Paraphrasing Review

    • Get to the point and put it in your own words!
  2. Essential Question(s):Why are summarizing and paraphrasing important skills?

    Slide 2 - Essential Question(s):Why are summarizing and paraphrasing important skills?

    • By the end of this lesson, students will be able to:
    • Define summary
    • Understand how to create a summary of a text
    • Define Paraphrasing
    • Put a passage in your own words without changing the meaning.
    • State Standard (s):
    • 9-10.RL.2: Determine a theme or central idea of a text and analyze in detail its development over the course of the text, including how it emerges and is shaped and refined by specific details; provide an objective summary of the text.
    • Student Terms: Summarize and paraphrase a text after reading it.
    • Lesson Objectives
  3. Vocabulary

    Slide 3 - Vocabulary

    • Summarize
    • Main Idea
    • Key points
    • Paraphrasing
    • Let’s review our vocab terms, class!
  4. Summary

    Slide 4 - Summary

    • Summary- a short account of the main ideas of a text
    • Main idea- the most important thought about a topic.
    • Summaries are not a place for…
    • Opinions
    • Background knowledge
    • Personal information
  5. Summaries should be…

    Slide 5 - Summaries should be…

    • OBJECTIVE
    • Just the facts– no personal opinions or biases!
    • Something that is SUBJECTIVE is influenced by people’s personal opinions, feelings, and biases.
  6. How to Summarize

    Slide 6 - How to Summarize

    • Read the text.
    • Don’t let big words scare you.
    • Ask, “What was this text about?”
    • Your Answer…
    • Should be a complete sentence or two
    • Should cover main point and key ideas
    • Should be in your own words
    • Shouldn’t just be a word or two
  7. Should it go in my summary?

    Slide 7 - Should it go in my summary?

    • Only major ideas and necessary information should go into a summary.
    • Ask yourself…
    • “Do you need this information to understand the text?”
    • If the answer is yes, put it into your own words in your summary.
  8. Slide 8

    • Which summary is good and which summary is bad?
    • Example 1:
    • The 1943 copper penny is worth a lot of money. Copper was hard to get during the war so there aren’t many of them. The 1955 double die penny is worth a lot too. These pennies were stamped twice on accident.
    • Example 2:
    • This text is about two very rare and valuable pennies: the 1943 copper penny and the 1955 double die penny.
  9. What is Paraphrasing?

    Slide 9 - What is Paraphrasing?

    • Paraphrasing is…
    • A rewriting of text in your own words
    • Used to clarify meaning
    • Used to shorten a longer statement but keeps the main ideas
  10. Paraphrasing is NOT…

    Slide 10 - Paraphrasing is NOT…

    • Switching around or changing a few words.
  11. So how do we do it?

    Slide 11 - So how do we do it?

    • Read the passage carefully
    • Decide the main ideas of the passage
    • Highlight important words or phrases
    • Put the main points in your own words
    • PARAPHRASE ME!
  12. Slide 12

    • Which paraphrasing is good and which paraphrasing is bad?
    • Original Passage
    • Paraphrased Passage
    • Ancient Egyptians believed that Osiris, a good and wise king, was the first pharaoh. He spread knowledge to other parts of the world, while his wife, Isis, ruled Egypt in his place.
    • King Osiris was the first pharaoh and spread knowledge. Queen Isis ruled Egypt when he was gone.
    • Original Passage
    • Paraphrased Passage
    • Ancient Egyptians believed that Osiris, a good and wise king, was the first pharaoh. He spread knowledge to other parts of the world, while his wife, Isis, ruled Egypt in his place.
    • King Osiris was an ancient Egyptian King and the first pharaoh. He was good and wise because he spread knowledge to other parts of the world. His wife Isis ruled Egypt in his place.
    • Example 1:
    • Example 2:
  13. Summary- a short account of the main ideas of a text

    Slide 13 - Summary- a short account of the main ideas of a text

    • Main idea- the most important thought about a topic.
    • Your summary should only include main ideas and key points, not supporting details.
    • Paraphrasing is…
    • A rewriting of text in your own words
    • Used to clarify meaning
    • Used to shorten a longer statement but keeps the main ideas
    • Summary
  14. Define summary

    Slide 14 - Define summary

    • Understand how to create a summary of a text
    • Define Paraphrasing
    • Put a passage in your own words without changing the meaning.
    • Review ObjectivesCan you do it?
  15. We’ll be reviewing how to answer a constructed response question!

    Slide 15 - We’ll be reviewing how to answer a constructed response question!

    • What’s Next?